We’re all about collaboration. Add to that our love of cinematography and passion for storytelling. Together we can create films that have a real, powerful, stop-you-in-your-tracks impact; drawing an emotional response from your audience like no other medium can.
This is why we love making films. Whether we’re working on a creative treatment, filming on location or getting stuck into a big edit, we’re fuelled by a desire to do better. A truly great film should move people, and we want every production of ours to do exactly that.
This is what separates us from our peers. We know our best work is still ahead of us, and that desire to go beyond, to create something even more powerful and creative than before, drives us onwards. By the end of a project, you will be the proud owner of a video that achieves your business objectives and we should be proud creators of something exceptional.
Film, watch, enjoy, repeat: that’s what we do here at Standby.
So let’s do it together.
We make people smile
We make people laugh
We make people cry
We make people proud
We make people happy
We make people connect
We make people enjoy
We make cracking films
Standby is based on a hobby that's turned into a business. If you enjoy what you do, you never work a day in your life... I'll take that. All thanks to this amazing crew.
A coffee loving, film-mad charmer who shoots, edits and occasionally sleeps in his spare time.
I don't drink coffee, but I do shoot pretty things and make cool edits.
I exercise before work, drink my coffee black and have a big cactus.
I basically run the place, organising everyone and keeping this talented bunch on track. I also love a good Gin & Tonic.
Like Benjamin Button, the older I get the younger I feel. A Man City man.
I like to make films, love a good freebie, drink too much coffee and play the drums.
Makes wonderful films, tweets and dances like nobody's watching.
Helps Ellen run the place, puts Rich in his place and has far too much sugar in her coffee.
We work with clients of all sizes. It doesn’t matter to us. What really matters is telling your story the way it needs to be told.